Just got done building the Tube Screaming Preamp. I used a 3PDT board for my switch and LED. The entire circuit works great except the LED. Figuring that it was a bad LED I clipped it off to wire in another. After I clipped it off I tested it. It works fine. So I checked the voltage going to the pads and it was 9v. I removed the resistor, it was okay as well. So I put in a new resistor and checked the voltage, still 9v. I’m stumped. Any insight would be greatly appreciated!
No you’re thinking correctly im not! you should depending on the CLR value get less than 2v on the actual LED pads
If you didn’t blow your first LED with 9v then the LED wasn’t conducting continuity check all your connections 9v pad to CLR right side CLR left to anode and cathode to ground also check your 3PDT has continuity in effects mode and is grounded